Our annual company Christmas party started with an assortment of wines tasted blind. One of the white wines was very flowery on the nose and showed a touch of oak. In the mouth, it was medium-bodied and elegant with a strong presence of mineral. There was a distinct herbal/mint flavor on the finish. I guessed that the wine was a high level Puligny-Montrachet. The wine turned out to be a Montrachet from grapes located on the Puligny side of the vineyard. Domaine Ramonet is one of the great producers of Montrachet and the mint flavor is often found in their wines. After an a couple hours, the wine really began to open up and show more intensity. It will certainly improve over the next decade or so, assuming it does not prematurely oxidize.